Ratings have not been kind to the second season, but there were some big changes to the story of the ten-episode chapter in comparison to Six Season 1.
What hasn't changed is camaraderie between the characters on one of the few shows on television that currently features men supporting other men in a sea of programming that features women doing it all the time.
Six Season 2 began immediately after Rip was shot. The character was ultimately killed, leaving a hole in the cast left by Walton Goggins.
The Seal Team felt the pain of their former leader's loss and with Bear at the helm and the addition of CIA officer Gina Cline (Olivia Munn), began to scour Eastern Europe, infiltrating hostile territory and terrorist hotspots like Chechnya as they track the mastermind behind the
Season 1 of Six averaged 1.6 million viewers and a 0.4 demo rating, whereas its sophomore run has been mustering exactly half of that through its first six of 10 episodes. The final four episodes will air as scheduled, with the series finale slated for Aug. 1.
Olivia Munn was added to the cast in Season 2, joining returning stars Barry Sloane, Kyle Schmid, Juan Pablo Raba, Edwin Hodge, Jaylen Moore, Brianne Davis and Nadine Velazquez.
There are still four more episodes left to air in Season 2 of the military action series, which starred Walton Goggins, Kyle Schmid, Juan Pablo Raba and Barry Sloane, among others.
The scripted series followed Navy Seal Team Six on a mission to take out the terrorist network responsible for shooting their former leader Richard “Rip” Taggart, played by Goggins.
William Broyles Jr. and David Broyles created the drama from A+E Studios, and executive produced with Bruce C. McKenna, Alfredo Barrios Jr., George W. Perkins, Meryl Poster and Barry Jossen. Olivia Munn, Eric Ladin, Nikolai Nikolaeff and recurring guest star Erik Palladino joined the cast for Season 2. Dominic Adams, Edwin Hodge, Jaylen Moore, Brianne Davis and Nadine Velazquez also starred.
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The scripted series followed members of the elite Navy Seal Team Six. In the second season, the team is on a mission to destroy the terrorist network responsible for the shooting of their former team leader, Richard “Rip” Taggart (Walton Goggins).
In addition to Goggins, the series starred Kyle Schmid, Juan Pablo Raba, Barry Sloane, Dominic Adams, Edwin Hodge, Jaylen Moore, Brianne Davis, and Nadine Velazquez. Olivia Munn also joined the show in its second season, along with Eric Ladin and Nikolai Nikolaeff, as well as recurring guest star Erik Palladino.
Hulu released the official teaser trailer for the much-anticipated second season of Emmy-winning drama “The Handmaid’s Tale.” The clip shows Elisabeth Moss’s Offred continuing to fight against the dystopian horrors of Gilead. The first two episodes of the second season will be available to stream on April 25. The show also stars Jospeh Fiennes, Yvonne Strahovski, Samira Wiley, and Alexis Bledel. Moss is also an executive producer
The star of the History Channel series Six is pregnant with her first child, a baby boy due in April, she confirms to People exclusively, sharing a set of maternity photos taken by husband Mark Gantt.
“Being pregnant is one of the best feelings in the world,” Davis tells People. “As I’m sure many mothers before me can attest, there is nothing like it.”
She explains, “To have this unique individual growing inside of you, and experiencing every little kick and movement … well, it expands my heart with a love that’s difficult to describe.
TVLine has learned that the onetime Newsroom staffer has enlisted with the History action-drama for Season 2, playing Gina, a ruthless and smart CIA operative who rose from being a Shooter to a high-level Operations Officer.
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In addition to her run as The Newsroom‘s Sloan, Munn’s previous TV credits also include New Girl, Greek and Beyond the Break, Attack of the Show! (as co-host) and The Daily Show With Jon Stewart (as a correspondent). Her recent big-screen gigs include Office Christmas Party and X-Men: Apocalypse.
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